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My injury may make me to never play cricket again says Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke has revealed that he will not take part in the rest of the Test series against India. Clarke had been suffering from hamstring injury coming into the Test he injured his hamstring again and left off the field on the final day of the first Test against India in Adelaide. Clarke should undergo scans to assess the injury. He also said during the post-match presentation that the test results did not look too convincing "I had undergone scan and the results are not fantastic and make me to struggle to make any more part in the series."Clarke needs to pass a fitness test on recurring hamstring troubles before playing in the Adelaide Test, He suffered from a back spasm while batting in the first innings and retired on 60. However, he batted and scored a fighting 128 and fielding during both Indian innings. Clarke also hinted that this could be the last time playing for Australia. "There is a chance I may never play again. I've got to be honest with myself," said Clarke at post match presentation.

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